Melbourne, one of Australia's largest cities, will light up in the colors of New Zealand on Friday night to remember those killed in the terrorist attacks in Christchurch.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced the move on Friday, which will include some of the city's most recognizable landmarks including the town halls, the state library and Flinders Street Station.
"Victorians stand with Christchurch tonight, after this darkest of days. And we must all stand against the forces in our society that try and stir up animosity and anger. That try to divide us," Andrews said on his official Twitter.
Flags will also be flown at half mast on Saturday across the city, he said.